I am trying to figure out how my Florida Licensed Real Estate Brokerage can manage the rentals held within my IRA without being considered a disqualified person or an indirect benefit.
I am thinking if a unrelated employee in my office was compensated for the monthly management and receipt of the rent checks to my IRA but delivered to our office and then deposited into the IRA bank account it would not be considered self dealing or disqualified. It would then allow me to know if the tenant has paid or not and whether to initiate collection proceedings swiftly.
I am confident much of this is int he grey area and highly discouraged. I just remember many years back at a symposium that there was a way to get minimal payments out as long as the beneficiary did not directory benefit nor did the IRA get any service for free which then could disqualify the IRA. I also do not see any benefit in giving my IRA property to my competitor.
What you propose could be problematic. You and a company you control are disqualified to your plan. A disqualified party may not provide benefit to a plan in any direct or indirect way. This includes the provision of goods, services or facilities to the plan.
Do you have an IRA LLC?
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